Over the past year, we have had so much time to confront deeply rooted habits and make small changes to our lifestyles that benefit our health and wellbeing. One of the main ones: moderating our alcohol intake. Real Business had the opportunity to sit down with CEO of Lucky Saint, Luke Boase, to talk about how his company’s non-alcoholic beer is shaking up the drinking industry.
September is World Alzheimer’s Month, but what is the connection between this devastating disease and SMEs?
When you’re the boss, exercise can easily slip down your list of priorities. But have you tried a combo of FaceTime and gym” Here’s what happened when Fiona Blades gave it a go.
Offering flexible working options for new fathers means fewer absences and costly recruitment drives for replacements.
We all spend countless hours looking at screens, but what are the implications for our health and work-based productivity?
Kris Ingham is the founder of Rejuvenation Water, a business specialising in flavoured water with added amino acids. Here, he tells us his business” story.
For small business owners, it can be hard to tear yourself away from your business especially in the early days when you’re used to doing everything yourself.
Dr Shan Hussain is a health and wellness consultant, and the CEO and founder of the Health Studio. Here, he tells us why nailing wellness in your business is so important.
Firstly, let me deal with an urban myth which says the more hours you work, the more you will get done.
Steve Thompson, managing director at Forward Role Recruitment, walks us through the concept of presenteeism and delivers advice on how to prevent it from happening.
We ve just had the first of two long weekends this month after yesterday’s Bank Holiday. But I am certain that, while the extra day might have provided some much-needed downtime for many of the country’s workers, for many entrepreneurs it’s not so easy to switch off.
With 27 April marking On Your Feet Day, an annual event that encourages employees to sit less and stand more, Real Business hears from five executives who?ve ?taken a stand against excessive sitting and fostered a culture of movement in their organisations.